The Mother of Dartmoor

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The Mother of Dartmoor
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Directed by George Loane Tucker
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October 1916
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The Mother of Dartmoor is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by George Loane Tucker and starring Elisabeth Risdon, Bertram Burleigh and Enid Bell. [1]

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A mother testifies against her own poacher son and he is sent to prison.

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  1. Goble p.875

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